The Daily Blotter October 20, 2016

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Traffic: Closures will occur along the ramp from northbound I-95 to Route 1 (Exit 161) and the ramp from southbound I-95 to Backlick Road (Exit 167) between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. nightly Tuesday, October 18 through Thursday, October 20 for asphalt patching, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. Traffic flow will be maintained on the ramps during the patching work; however, motorists should expect delays and are advised to use alternate routes.

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Join a team with the Fairfax County Police and help to end drunk driving. We are partnering with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) on Saturday, October 29, at 8 a.m. at Burke Lake Park. Follow this link to register: http://www.walklikemadd.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.team&teamID=8725

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FCPD Now on Instagram! Follow us: fairfaxcountypolice

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Fall Driving: Be Alert for Deer

Pence Gate in Mount Vernon/Route 1 area will be closed for construction for about six weeks. Expect major traffic delays. Build time into your schedule and find alternate routes, if possible.

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COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INITIATIVE: Officers from our Motor Carrier Safety Unit (MCS), along with MCS officers from the Virginia State Police and from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office began a commercial vehicle enforcement initiative on October 10. This concentrated effort will continue along the Lee Jackson Memorial Highway (Route 50) corridor in Chantilly, until October 21. So far, 18 commercial motor vehicles and two trailers have been inspected. 58 violations have been discovered and 10 of the vehicles have been placed out of service.

Visit this page for more information regarding our Motor Carrier Safety Officers.

CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY

Date Covered: 10/19/16

Total Calls for Service: 1,364

Total Persons Experiencing Mental Crisis Calls for Service: 16

Total Domestic-Related Calls for Service: 28

Total Crash Calls for Service: 127

ALCOHOL ENFORCEMENT

Officers from around the county will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in the West Springfield District on Friday, October 21, 2016. Please don’t drink and drive.

SULLY DISTRICT STATION

UNLAWFUL ENTRY/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: 7010 Clifton Road. 10/19/16, 3:54 p.m. Officers responded to an alarm at Clifton Elementary School which is vacant. They found a broken window and during a subsequent search, two juveniles; one male, one female, were found inside the school. They were taken into custody and returned to their parents. Petitions will be sought charging both with destruction of property and unlawful entry.

COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INITIATIVE: Officers from our Motor Carrier Safety Unit (MCS), along with MCS officers from the Virginia State Police and from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office began a commercial vehicle enforcement initiative on October 10. This concentrated effort will continue along the Lee Jackson Memorial Highway (Route 50) corridor in Chantilly, until October 21. So far, 18 commercial motor vehicles and two trailers have been inspected. 58 violations have been discovered and 10 of the vehicles have been placed out of service.

Visit this page for more information regarding our Motor Carrier Safety Officers.

LARCENIES:

13600 block of Bay Berry Lane, wallet from vehicle

6800 block of Farrahs Cavalry Road, license plates from vehicle

14000 block of Gill Brook Lane, electronic device from vehicle

14000 block of Gill Brook Lane, wallet from vehicle

6100 block of Jenlar Drive, cash from vehicle

5400 block of Middlebourne Lane, sunglasses and bag from vehicle

4700 block of Pleasant Valley Road, purse from business

MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

8400 block of Fort Hunt Road, bicycle from residence

8000 block of Richmond Highway, liquor from business

MCLEAN DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

1500 block of Corner Side Boulevard, watch from business

7500 block of Leesburg Pike, credit card from business

8200 block of Leesburg Pike, bag from business

8300 block of Leesburg Pike, merchandise from business

6200 block of Old Dominion Drive, merchandise from business

MASON DISTRICT STATION

BURGLARY: 5200 block of Navajo Drive. 10/19/16, 6:38 a.m. The homeowner called to report that an unknown man had broken a window to get into the home and was still inside. Responding officers located the man inside the home and took him into custody. The victim was not injured. Ni Ngoc Nguyen, 34, of Alexandria, was charged with burglary.

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LARCENIES:

6400 block of Lincolnia Road, cell phone from business

RESTON DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, cell phone from residence

FRANCONIA DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

6300 block of Backlick Road, cell phone from business

5700 block of General Washington Drive, license plate from vehicle

WEST SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

9000 block of Chestnut Ridge Road, ring from residence

STOLEN VEHICLES:

7900 block of Little River Turnpike, 2016 Toyota Camry

FAIR OAKS DISTRICT STATION

LARCENIES:

12800 block of Crouch Drive, medication from vehicle

2100 block of Hunter Mill Road, property from residence

12300 block of Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, property from vehicle

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The report contains selected crimes, including animal-related incidents and property crimes. The information is organized by police district station. Addresses shown indicate blocks and not specific locations. This report is not a comprehensive list of every police event in Fairfax County in the stated time frame.

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